BREAKING: Hamilton needs to be fined
Lewis Hamilton is ready to be fined for breaching F1’s bling ban.
The Mercedes ace has been summoned by the stewards of the Singapore Grand Prix for breaching Appendix L, Chapter III of the FIA Worldwide Sporting Code.
It issues a driver’s helmet, clothes and jewelery – an merchandise on which new FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem has promised to be strict.
His jewelery ban threatened to eclipse the Miami, Monaco and British GPs earlier this 12 months as Hamilton refused to take away his nostril stud.
Nonetheless, the Briton finally backed down and eliminated the offending piercing at Silverstone and in subsequent races.
But in Singapore he wore the nail at a morning PR occasion and though it’s presently unknown if he nonetheless wore it for the third follow, it could possibly be that the article sparked the decision from the steward’s workplace.
Nonetheless, the stud nonetheless gave the impression to be in his nostril as he wore his helmet as he sat in his automotive within the storage.
If discovered responsible, he will probably be fined and warned to not take away the nostril stud sooner or later.